Prenatal massage technique.
Prenatal massage is great during pregnancy and our massage therapists have been trained with how to safely massage those in any stage of their pregnancy. The prenatal massage we offer at sisters corporate massage can be customized to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies. You are a perfect candidate for prenatal massage as long as you are experiencing a healthy pregnancy with no complications. If you have had any complications, please double check with your doctor to see if massage is a good option for you. Carrying a baby inside you changes your center of gravity and puts a lot of stress on your back, neck, abdominal muscles, and shoulders.
Massage during your pregnancy has many health benefits. It can help you relax, ease that low back pain you may be experiencing, and give you relief from many of the aches and pains that may come along with your pregnancy.
it's important to tell your massage therapist which areas of your body need attention. Let your therapist know right away if anything – including your position – causes discomfort during the massage.
What conditions can Prenatal Massage treat?
Prenatal massage therapy may help with the following conditions, among others:
At sisters corporate massage, our therapists ensure you feel comfortable when having prenatal massage. Sideline positioning with supportive, soft cushions is used to reduce the extra strain on the lower back and pelvic areas when the pressure of massage techniques are applied. We recommend you tell the therapist immediately if you feel discomfort at any time during the pregnancy massage. Our registered massage therapists offer prenatal massage treatments in 30 min, 45 min and 60 min appointment slots.
Getting a pregnancy massage will put you in a more relaxed state of mind and help you cope with all the big changes going on in your life.
What can I expect at my initial appointment?
At your initial appointment we will discuss any medical history that relates to your condition, so please bring details of health problems and past or current/ongoing treatments.